GHG emission reduction costs and potentials and assessment of post-kyoto climate change mitigation regimes impact on energy options in Lithuania

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Abstract

A discussion covers the local and international greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction options; the case of Lithuania as a local GHG emission reduction options taking into account costs of GHG reduction and potentials; most popular international post-Kyoto climate change mitigation regimes. e.g., Continuing Kyoto, Multistage Approach; evaluation according to their sustainability criteria, i.e., their possible economic, environmental, social, and political impact on groups of countries; major conflicts that need to be addressed with care in future climate negotiations, i.e., economic efficiency vs. environmental effectiveness, involvement of developing countries, mitigation vs. adaptation and extension of Kyoto or development of new Protocol; most serious conflict that lies within the fundamental approach to the problem of climate change; sustainability assessment of post-Kyoto climate change mitigation regimes; requirements for GHG emission reduction set by the most sustainable international post-Kyoto climate change mitigation regimes for group of countries and the impact of these requirements on energy supply options. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the 24th World Gas Conference (Buenos Aires, Argentina 10/5-9/2009).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Gas Union World Gas Conference Papers
Pages3766-3793
Number of pages28
Volume5
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Externally publishedYes
Event24th World Gas Conference 2009, WGC 2009 - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Duration: Oct 5 2009Oct 9 2009

Other

Other24th World Gas Conference 2009, WGC 2009
CountryArgentina
CityBuenos Aires
Period10/5/0910/9/09

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Cost reduction
Gas emissions
Greenhouse gases
Climate change
Sustainable development
Economics
Developing countries
Gases
Costs

Keywords

  • Energy options
  • Post-kyoto regimes
  • Sustainability assessment

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Energy(all)

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GHG emission reduction costs and potentials and assessment of post-kyoto climate change mitigation regimes impact on energy options in Lithuania. / Streimikiene, Dalia.

International Gas Union World Gas Conference Papers. Vol. 5 2009. p. 3766-3793.

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Streimikiene, D 2009, GHG emission reduction costs and potentials and assessment of post-kyoto climate change mitigation regimes impact on energy options in Lithuania. in International Gas Union World Gas Conference Papers. vol. 5, pp. 3766-3793, 24th World Gas Conference 2009, WGC 2009, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 10/5/09.
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